We have adopted our school motto as 'Shraddha, Gyan, Karma'. The educational philosophy of Bhagvad Gita in a nutshell ascribes that whatever we approach to after bearing Faith and Shraddha, that prove to be achieved with success. The education which a student gets with regards and faith in the contents as well as in teachers becomes everlasting and that 'Gyan is surely to be utilized for the right Karma. We believe that right work is always done with right knowledge which is obtained with right faith'. The school motto is not only faith, which has been praised and highlighted in scriptures and texts from the times of Rig Veda to the time of the writings by Tulsidas and Tagore. Adi Shankracharya defined it as the power to digest with understanding and absorb with reason. It is a form of physical preparation to acquire, preserve
and do practice of anything. Rishi Ashta - Vakra recommended Shraddha to the child in the following words:
"My child, have no reduction in it. Remember, you are the knowledge, you are Atman, you are beyond nature, that in you is the Super Nature". Gyan, which is acquisition of art and science of all that is perceived, felt, reasoned and believed by Karma, the action through use of body and mine, for one is born to work.
The school crest is a befitting composition depicting three sacred items of Indian culture heritage. 'Lotus' blooming over water carrying in its center a 'conch' on which rests a burning earthen 'lamp'. Lotus with its roots in mud below the water represents emergence from dark depths of ignorance to an order of colour, scent and form, which is aesthetically incarnated; conch surface contrasts with the softness of lotus petals. The 'nad' produced from it, reminds of the beginning of creation i.e. manifestation of Brahman. It reveals the extension of creative utilization of oneself for the benefit of others, an act of sacrifice, for pleasure. The motto printed on it, reminding us of purity of fire and accomplishment from maturity, is also a sign of life brought to us from the Sun.